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In der Lehre betreut das Institut Studierende des Maschinenbaus und des Bauingenieurwesens, sowohl im Grundlagenfach "Festigkeitslehre" als auch in den Vertiefungsfaechern "Finite Elemente", "2d-Bauteile (Scheiben, Platten, Schalen)", "Plastizitaetstheorie", "Elastizitaetstheorie i und ii", "Operatorkalkuel fuer Ingenieure", "Wavelets", und "symbolische Berechnungen". In der Forschung beschäftigt sich das Institut mit der Weiterentwicklung der numerischen Methoden (Finite Elemente auf Polynom- und/oder Waveletansaetzen) der Festkörpermechanik sowie mit Materialtheorie (einschließlich Thermodynamik) auf Mikro-, Meso- und Makroebene. Dabei wird das anisotrope und das zeitabhaengige (viskose) Verhalten untersucht, sowohl im elastischen als auch im anelastischen Bereich. Damit können technologische Umformprozesse (Walzen, Schmieden, Ziehen, Extrudieren, ...) wirklichkeitsnah numerisch simuliert werden. Die Erstellung der Rechnerprogramme erfolgt innerhalb der "Materialtheorie" durch den Rechner selbst, mittels "symbolischer Berechnung". Die Arbeitsschwerpunkte sind: Materialtheorien (einschließlich Thermodynamik) auf Mikro-, Meso- und Makroebene, numerische Verfahren (Finite Elemente, Wavelets), symbolische Berechnungen, Anwendung auf thermodynamische Festkörperprobleme (technologische Umformprozesse). Short Description: With regard to education the institute instructs students of mechanical engineering and civil engineering, respectively, in the basic subjects 'mechanics of materials` as well as in the continuing subjects 'finite elements`, '2-dimensional structural members (plates and shells)`, 'theory of plasticity`, 'theory of elasticity 1 & 2`, 'operator calculus for engineers`, 'wavelets`, and 'symbolic computations`. With regard to research the institute occupies itself with the continuing development of numerical methods (finite elements on polynomial and/or wavelet ansatzfunctions) in solid mechanics and with matherials` theory (thermodynamics included) on a micro-, meso- and macro-level, respectively. Here, the anisotropic and the rate-development (viscous) behaviour is investigated, in the elastic region as well as in the inelastic one. Thus technological forming processes (like rolling, forging, drawing, extruding, ...) can be simulated realistically.

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Plasticity Engineering & Materials Science
continuums Physics & Astronomy
Dislocations (crystals) Engineering & Materials Science
plastic properties Physics & Astronomy
Tensors Engineering & Materials Science
Steel Chemical Compounds
Kinematics Engineering & Materials Science
Crystals Engineering & Materials Science

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Georg Daurer

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Felix Glanz

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Research Output 1968 2020

Demand-based coupling of the scales in concurrent atomistic-to-continuum models at finite temperature

Wurm, P. & Ulz, M. H., Apr 2020, In : Journal of the mechanics and physics of solids. 137, p. 103849

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

continuums
multiscale models
Boundary conditions
Temperature
temperature

A minimal continuum representation of a transverse isotropic viscoelastic pulp fibre based on micromechanical measurements

Seidlhofer, T., Czibula, C. M., Teichert, C., Payerl, C., Hirn, U. & Ulz, M. H., 2019, In : Mechanics of Materials. 135, p. 149-161 13 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Pulp
continuums
fibers
Fibers
complex compounds

DAMASK – The Düsseldorf Advanced Material Simulation Kit for modeling multi-physics crystal plasticity, thermal, and damage phenomena from the single crystal up to the component scale

Roters, F., Diehl, M., Shanthraj, P., Eisenlohr, P., Reuber, C., Wong, S. L., Maiti, T., Ebrahimi, A., Hochrainer, T., Fabritius, H. O., Nikolov, S., Friák, M., Fujita, N., Grilli, N., Janssens, K. G. F., Jia, N., Kok, P. J. J., Ma, D., Meier, F., Werner, E. & 3 othersStricker, M., Weygand, D. & Raabe, D., 15 Feb 2019, In : Computational materials science. 158, p. 420-478 59 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

Open Access
Crystal Plasticity
kits
Multiphysics
Single Crystal
plastic properties

Activities 1985 2018

World Congress on Computational Mechanics

Manfred Hannes Ulz (Speaker)
2 Jul 20186 Jul 2018

Activity: Talk or presentationTalk at conference or symposiumScience to science

ESMC 2018

Patrick Wurm (Speaker)
2 Jul 20186 Jul 2018

Activity: Talk or presentationTalk at conference or symposiumScience to science

GAMM Jahrestagung 2016

Manfred Hannes Ulz (Speaker)
7 Mar 201611 Mar 2016

Activity: Talk or presentationTalk at conference or symposiumScience to science

Prizes

FSI Scholarships

Jürgen Fabian (Recipient), Andreas Ramsauer (Recipient) & Harald Kraus (Recipient), 27 Apr 2016

Prize: Prizes / Medals / Awards

Projects 1993 2020